The Pflugerville, Hutto and Round Rock area has a variety of concerts, activities and community events taking place at the end of April, throughout May and into early June. This list is not comprehensive.

Any Length Fest Comedy Show & Festival

The family-friendly event will host comedians and food vendors to support the Any Length Retreat rehab and addiction recovery center.
  • April 26, 7:30-9:30 p.m.; April 27, 4-8 p.m.
  • $20 (one day), $35 (both days)
  • 15401 Cameron Road, Pflugerville
Red Poppy Festival

Georgetown’s annual Red Poppy Festival commemorates the flower’s blooming season, and features three days of food and craft vendors, a parade, a car show, concerts, and other activities.Slice of Pflugerville

The city of Pflugerville will have its annual festival celebrating the various cultures that make up the Pflugerville community. The event will feature live music, a variety of food, games, art vendors and more.2024 Pflugerville State of the City

Mayor Victor Gonzales will give a presentation as participants have a chance to network with city leaders and local business owners.
  • May 2, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • $75-$85
  • Courtyard by Marriott Pflugerville Conference Center, 16100 Impact Way, Pflugerville
Yoga in the Park

The Pflugerville Park and Recreation Department’s Yoga in the Park series is an all-ages class suited for people of all skill levels at Pfluger Park. Participants are asked to bring their own yoga mat.Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet

Kalahari Resorts & Conventions is hosting a brunch buffet for Mother’s Day. The event will include chef-carved meats and sweet treats. A bar will also be available.Metallica tribute night

Hanovers Draught House is hosting a night of music with tribute bands Foo Shot (Foo Fighters), Reign of the Beast (Iron Maiden) and Damage LLC (Metallica) performing.Austin Margarita Fest

The event at the Round Rock Amp will include live music by The Spazmatics, a variety of margaritas and a slate of food trucks.
  • May 18, noon-7 p.m.
  • Tickets start at $15; free (age 12 and under)
  • 3701 N. I-35, Round Rock
Williamson County Symphony Orchestra

The Williamson County Symphony Orchestra will host a summer concert at the Old Settlers Park Lakeview Pavilion. The concert will include performances of works by composers such as Igor Stravinsky, George Frideric Handel, Leroy Anderson, John Williams and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.Sunset Block Party Bash

A community event featuring kids’ activities, food trucks and live music will be held at the Hutto Co-Op. Richard A. Oman American Legion Post 302 will hold a ceremony honoring service members killed in action during the bash.End of Year Summer Carnival

The Kerley Elementary Parent Teacher Association will host its second annual End of Year Summer Carnival, which will include rides, games, face painting, food trucks and more.15th annual Lone Star Jam

The two-day country music festival will feature over a dozen artists from throughout the state. Performers include Robert Earl Keen, Lee Brice, Kevin Fowler, Roger Creager and more. Single- and two-day tickets are available.
  • May 25-26, noon-11 p.m.
  • $50 general admission (single-day ticket), $80 general admission (two-day ticket)
  • 3701 N. I-35, Round Rock
Maker Pfest

The ninth annual Maker Pfest will be held at the Pflugerville Public Library. The event will feature makers and artisans providing hands-on learning activities for all ages. Guests can watch laser-cutter and 3D-printing demonstrations, and try activities such as metal stamping, lino printing and hand embroidery. They can also stop by the library’s green screen photo booth to take family pictures.Pfishing Day at Lake Pflugerville

The Pflugerville Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a fishing day and competition at Lake Pflugerville’s south shore. Fishing poles and bait will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis, while volunteers will also be on hand to help with setting up poles and casting.Bingo Night

Pflugerville Circle of Giving will host a bingo night at the Pflugerville Lions Club, with proceeds going to the Ronald McDonald House. The cash-only event will include 15 games with nine bingo cards per game. Dabbers will be provided, while guests are welcome to bring their own food, beverages and alcohol.